One Day Series 2011

  • Pak beat Bangladesh in 2nd ODI to win series December 3, 2011

    Dhaka: Umar Gul took four wickets as Pakistan beat Bangladesh by 76 runs in the second oneday international on Saturday to take an unassailable 20 lead in the threematch series. Gul finished with 4 for 36 after Pakistan won the toss and scored 262 for 7 off 50 overs with Umar...
  • I have always been a capable batsman: Rampaul December 3, 2011

    Visakhapatnam: Ravi Rampaul may have surprised one and all by scoring a 66ball 86 coming in at No. 10, but the West Indies newball bowler himself isn't surprised about his recordbreaking feat. West Indies were bailed out of deep trouble by Lendl Simmons' defiant 78 and Ravi Rampaul's counterattacking 86, as...
  • Mature show by Kohli, Rohit impresses Sehwag December 3, 2011

    Visakhapatnam: Standin India captain Virender Sehwag lavished praise on the young duo of Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma, who guided India to a fivewicket win in the second onedayer against West Indies here on Friday. Kohli scored 117, while Rohit Sharma stayed unbeaten on 90, as the hosts took a 20...
  • Hoping to continue my good run: Kohli December 3, 2011

    Visakhapatnam: He is now dubbed as a matchwinner in the shorter version and Virat Kohli intends to make hay till the sun shines. A superb 117 by Kohli, together with a 90 not out by Rohit Sharma, scripted India's fivewicket win in the second ODI against the West Indies on Friday,...
  • Bangladesh and Zimbabwe are ICC's mistakes December 2, 2011

    New Delhi: The need to further the globalization of cricket and thereby raise its competitive standard is not new. It's a realistic goal towards which the International Cricket Council's approach has been both constructive and productive. Cricket has moved to farflung, isolated corners the most welcome development of late....
  • Indian batting needs to stand up in Vizag December 1, 2011

    Visakhapatnam: It wasnt quite the script that most had envisaged at the start of the series, but West Indies have ensured the pressure will be on the Indian batsmen in the second onedayer here on Friday. World champions India have lost only one match at home this year, and they...